FIXED HEIGHT

Frontend Developers use a Parent and Child relationship that we call 'Absolute' and 'Relative'. Where it can be said that "the position of Child Frame becomes 'Absolute', 'Relative' to the Parent Frame". 

ABSOLUTE + RELATIVE

Frontend Developers use a Parent and Child relationship that we call 'Absolute' and 'Relative'. Where it can be said that "the position of Child Frame becomes 'Absolute', 'Relative' to the Parent Frame". Where it can be said that "the position of Child Frame becomes 'Absolute', 'Relative' to the Parent Frame".

ABSOLUTE (CHILD): The Child Frame set's the Position. We therefore select 'Absolute' plus we also set the Position e.g. 'Bottom-Left'.

RELATIVE (PARENT): The Parent Frame is the frame that the Child is 'relevant' to. Think of it like the anchor that the Child is connected to. So therefore, the position that you set for the Child is relative to the position of Parent.

TROUBLE SHOOTING

In Video below,  'Absolute' and 'Bottom-Left' is used to Position the Headline Snippet.

Notice that as soon as the Absolute Position is applied, the Width collapses. This is because Absolute must be given a Width. If this happens, go to the ADV (Advanced) Tab and in the Class box, add the class max-width to make the Frame 100% wide.